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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffNoiseCollector Date: Feb 7, 2008 7:04pm
Forum: noisecollector Subject: Mango cracks top ten and replaces old tape!

A new song has outperformed a whole tape full of old lofi songs from the early 90's....

Do It To It (Fear The Mango) is number one.

To those who said it could not be done, the time has come when better music, recorded with better equipment in a better format is actually more popular!

So spread the word, new music good, old music bad. Let's get some of the good stuff downloaded.

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Poster: Telephone Toughguy Date: Feb 9, 2008 10:16am
Forum: noisecollector Subject: Re: Mango cracks top ten and replaces old tape!

On it now, I have no idea why so many people download those old tapes with all the new music you've put up. Makes no sense, but then again my crappy phone calls are way over dl'd too.

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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffNoiseCollector Date: Feb 9, 2008 6:00pm
Forum: noisecollector Subject: Re: Mango cracks top ten and replaces old tape!

I hear that multiple file items count each individual song downloaded in the count, go look at the silly shit that has hundreds of thousands of downloads, some have 100 files in them... so if you listen to all the tracks in the flash player that counts as 100 downloads! Time to do some silly large concept albums with 50 1 minute songs. I listened for the guitar thing and in the mp3 it doesn't sit well in the mix, imagine if all the bad reviewers were listening to the shitty 64k file (aside from hating anyway) and using that as their basis for song quality, that would be funny. Some stuff just doesn't work in mp3, especially if you used mp3's in the master tracks.